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Course Java Programming Fundamentals

Course Java Programming Fundamentals
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  • Module 1 : Basic Concepts

    Module 2 : Language Syntax

    Module 3 : Classes and Objects

    History of Java
    Java Overview
    Language Editions
    Java Platform
    Java Community Process
    Libraries
    Java Language
    Security
    Application Types
    Compiling Programs
    Running Programs
    Compiler and Interpreter
    Application Structure
    Garbage Collection
    Java Comments
    Types of Variables
    Primitive Data Types
    Block Statements
    Operator Precedence
    if else Statements
    switch Statement
    for and while Loop
    do while Loop
    break and continue
    Arrays
    Enhanced for Loop
    Strings
    Formatted Output
    Class Definition
    Encapsulation
    Access Modifiers
    Creating Objects and Constructors
    Fields and Methods
    Using Objects
    static Modifier
    this Keyword
    Parameter Passing
    Method Overloading
    Variable Arguments
    Object References
    final Modifier
    Object Destruction

    Module 4 : Inheritance

    Module 5 : Exception Handling

    Module 6 : Packages

    Single Inheritance
    extends Keyword
    Overriding Methods
    Hiding Attributes
    Calling Base Constructors
    Polymorphism
    Abstract Classes
    Interfaces
    Implementing Interfaces
    Default Methods
    Type Casting
    Implicit and Explicit Casting
    Cloning Objects
    Error and Exceptions in Java
    Checked and Unchecked
    Exception Hierarchy
    Multiple Catch Clauses
    finally Clause
    try with Resources
    Exception Information
    Common Exceptions
    Throwing and Rethrowing
    User Defined Exceptions
    Chained Exceptions
    Stack Traces
    Assertions
    Inside Packages
    Standard Java Packages
    java.lang Package
    Packages and Directories
    Importing Classes
    Wildcard Import *
    Full Class Names
    Using Packages
    CLASSPATH
    import static
    Packages and Visibility
    Packaging in JAR
    Runnable JARS

    Module 7 : Threads

    Module 8 : Synchronization

    Module 9 : Special Classes

    Thread Characteristics
    Benefits and Drawbacks
    Java Thread Model
    Thread Class
    Runnable interface
    Extending Thread
    Implementing Runnable
    Daemon Threads
    Thread Life Cycle States
    Sleeping and Yielding Control
    Using join and interrupt
    Thread Priorities
    Concurrent Method Activation
    Synchronization Mechanisms
    synchronized Modifier
    Blocking on a Monitor
    Mutual Exclusion in Java
    synchronized Block
    Locking and Statics
    Deadlock
    Interthread Communication
    Condition Synchronization
    Using wait and notify
    while Loop and notifyall
    Inner Classes
    Types of Inner Classes
    Anonymous Inner Classes
    Static Inner Classes
    Lambdas
    Functional Interfaces
    Enumerations
    Enum Types
    Declaring Enums
    Enums as Constant Objects
    Enums are Classes
    Enum Methods and Fields

    Module 10 : Utility Classes

    Module 11 : Collection Framework

    Module 12 : Generics

    Object Class
    Wrapper Classes
    Autoboxing and Unboxing
    Overriding equals
    Math Class
    Date and LocalDate
    Regular Expressions
    Scanner Class
    System Class
    Locale Class
    Localizing Dates and Numbers
    Localizing Currencies
    Framework Branches
    Implementation Classes
    Collection and Map Interface
    Iterator Interface
    List Interface
    ArrayList and LinkedList Class
    Set and SortedSet
    Comparable Interface
    Comparator Interface
    Collections and Streams
    map, filter and foreach Method
    collect Method
    Generics Explained
    Need and Benefits of Generics
    Generics in Collections
    Generic Characteristics
    Type Erasure
    Bounded Type Parameter
    Generics and Subtyping
    Inheritance Relationships
    Wildcards
    Bounded Wildcards
    Raw Types
    Generic Methods

    Module 13 : Stream I/O

    Optional Module : JDBC

    Optional Module : Java Beans

    I/O Basics and Classes
    Byte and Character Streams
    Standard I/O Streams
    Stream Types
    Data Sink Streams
    Processing Streams
    Buffered Streams
    Data Conversion Streams
    Serialization
    Serializable Classes
    Object Streams
    JDBC Overall Architecture
    JDBC Drivers
    JDBC URL's
    Class forName
    Making Connections
    Executing a Statement
    Retrieving Results
    Transactions
    Prepared Statements
    Object Relational Gap
    Object Relational Mapping
    Software Components
    Java Beans
    Properties
    Getters and Setters
    Beans Terminology
    Bean Component Model
    Bean Event Pattern
    Event Firing
    Event Class
    Event Listener Interface
    Dispatching Events
  • Audience Course Java Programming

    Course Java ProgrammingThe course Java Programming Fundamentals is intended for developers who want to learn Java Programming and other persons who want to understand Java code.

    Prerequisites Course Java Programming

    Basic knowledge of and experience with programming is recommended. Principles of Object Oriented Programming using Java are explained. Prior knowledge of this is beneficial but not necessary for the understanding.

    Realization Training Java Programming

    The theory is treated on the basis of presentations and is interspersed with exercises. Demos are used to clarify the theory. The course uses Java 8. The course material is in English. The course times are from 9.30 up and to 16.30.

    Certification Java Programming

    Participants receive an official certificate Java Programming Fundamentals after successful completion of the course.

  • The course Java Programming Fundamentals covers the fundamentals of programming in Java based on version 8 of the Java platform. In addition to the fundamentals of Java, the innovations in Java 8 such as lambdas, optionals and the stream API are also covered in the course. By means of successive exercises in a case study, participants learn to program with the variables, data types, operators and control flow constructions of the Java language. The course then discusses object oriented concepts such as class, object, encapsulation, inheritance and polymorphism. Attention is paid to errors and exception handling and it is discussed how Java software is organized in packages. Also the split of a program into different subtasks with threads and the synchronization of these threads is the subject in the course. Parameterized types, generics, and their use in the Collection Framework are also part of the course program. Optional modules, if time permits it, are access to databases with JDBC and Java Beans. This course is a good preparation for the Java 8 OCA , Oracle Certified Associate, exam. In combination with the Advanced Java Programming course this course also prepares for the Java 8 OCP, Oracle Certified Professional, exam.

  • Ilas : ABN-AMRO
    Lots of information in a relatively compact period.
    Well structured in terms of subjects.
    Not intended for absolute beginners.